Vote today at any polling place.
On Nov. 3rd you must vote at your precinct.
Stand up for home owners by voting YES to Prop 1 and Prop 7
What Is Proposition 1?
Proposition 1 empowers you to vote to cut your property taxes and protect your home from additional taxes. On November 3, voters will vote on Prop 1 and decide whether to amend the Texas Constitution to increase the homestead exemption by $10,000 (bringing the total exemption up to $25,000) and ban real estate transfer taxes – or taxes on home sales – permanently.
Prop 1 helps make home ownership more affordable for seniors, people with disabilities, and low-income families. On November 3rd, support more savings for Texas homeowners by voting YES on Proposition 1 -the Homeowner Tax Relief Proposition!
What Specifically Will Prop 1 Do?
Prop 1 will save you money by increasing your homestead exemption from $15,000 to $25,000. This is great news for Texas homeowners because it lets you keep more of your hard-earned money.
Prop 1 also helps seniors and people with disabilities by giving them much-needed tax relief, and providing them a lower property tax cap, which helps keep their property tax burden low.
Prop 1 will also constitutionally ban real estate transfer taxes, which target home sales as another taxing source. This means that Texans won’t ever be double-taxed on their property.
Make sure to vote YES on Prop 1!
Click here to see the official ballot language
Increase funding for transportation infrastructure without new taxes or debt
Proposition 7 on the statewide ballot creates a dedicated funding source to fix our current roads, construct new highway projects, and make all our roads safer to drive on.
Proposition 7 returns Texas to the pay-as-you-go system of paying for roads, which has served this state so well for generations. Most important, the proposal redirects existing state funds and does not call for any new taxes, new debt, or new toll roads.
You are urged to vote for Proposition 7 on the statewide ballot.
Make your voice heard in this important election.
Election Day is Tuesday, Nov. 3rd.